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Tomi Lahren, best known for her controversial conservative commentary gaining her digital stardom. If you have ever tuned in on this outspoken political commentator’s videos it will come to no surprise that Lahren is no pushover whatsoever, after having been taken off air following an appearance on “The View,” expressing her pro-choice view. Lahren is...
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Take-Two Interactive Software creates pioneering video games, which incorporates biometric data such as scanning faces. Last Monday a New York federal judge rejected a anticipated class action on how the video game company has accumulated facial scans from personalized virtual basketball players from NBA 1K15 and NBA 2K16. The plaintiff demanded a violation of Illinois...
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Libel laws in the United States place a high burden of proof on the plaintiffs and it is because of these very laws that plaintiff’s often loose in libel suits. Just a few days before Donald Trump takes his position as President of the United States, the very laws that he wished to “open up”...
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16 episodes of the classic 1960s series “The Andy Griffith Show” has been posted online by user 8thManDVD.com Cartoon Channel. The show starring Andy Griffith, Don Konts and Ron Howard , ran on CBS from 1960 to 1968. These new videos posted on YouTube have now gathered upwards of 2 million views. CBS took action...
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Looks like Robin Antonick, the creator of popular video game Madden NFL Football, has lost his $11 million lawsuit. Antonick sued Electronic Arts (EA) for breach of contract in 2011. He claimed that the contract he signed in 1986 entitled him to royalties on all subsequent derivative creations of the Madden Football game. Even though...
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